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Help us help others—recycle and bundle up your gently used unwanted items someone else in need can use! Call St. Vincent de Paul Chicago for free furniture pickup at 773-779-6700, ext. 1.
Our Thrift Stores Now Serving Orland Park and Libertyville
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Donating That Old Car or Truck Can Help Someone in Need
The proceeds from your vehicle donation will provide essential needs such as food, shelter and housing, elderly care, medicines and much more. Learn more.
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Society of St. Vincent de Paul—Help Us Help Others
Celebrating 160 years of transforming lives...one person at a time
Since 1857, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Diocesan Council of Chicago has provided a number of services to needy families and individuals in our community, including home visits, housing assistance, disaster relief, education and mentoring, food pantries, dining halls, clothing, assistance with transportation, prescription medication, rent and utility costs, emotional and spiritual support. The Society also works to provide care for the sick, the incarcerated and the elderly.
Vincentian members are called by God to improve the lives of people facing homelessness, economic adversity, and emergency need situations.
More than 800,000 community residents in Cook and Lake counties are served each year; people who wouldn't have had anywhere else to turn to for help without the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. We are an international society of charity comprised of every ethnic group, age group and cultural background. We make no distinction in those being served regardless of their individual backgrounds, because Vincentians see the face of Christ in those they serve.
If you are interested in learning more about the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and how you can become a member, volunteer or make a donation, please call (773) 779-6700.
SVdP Chicago Recognized
St. Vincent de Paul Chicago received the Coordinating Board Award at the 48th Annual Association of Chicago Priests Mardi Gras Ministry Awards on Sunday, February 8, 2015 at Sacred Heart Parish Center in Palos Hills.
The Coordinating Board Awards are presented to individuals and groups within the Archdiocese in recognition and appreciation for their outstanding contributions to the life of the Church of Chicago. Other groups who received the award included Resurrection Project, Priests Retirement Mutual Aid Association-PRMAA, Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines, The Courage Program, and an individual award to Peg Boivin of St. Joseph in Homewood.
Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. and Archbishop Blase Cupich were among the more than 200 guests.
REPRESENTING SVdP CHICAGO: (Standing L-R) CEO James D. Lonergan; Chicago Council President Bill Soucie; District VI President Jim Ferguson; District XII President Elizabeth Wakefield; Queen of Martyrs Conference President Tom Linane; St. Fabian Conference President Carole Stauder; Most Holy Redeemer Conference President Therese Montgomery. (Seated L-R) Marketing Manager Paul Martinez; St. Bede Ingleside Conference Member Kathleen Soucie; St. Anne Hazel Crest Conference Member Jessie Wakefield; District IX President Barbara Lakomiak.
Orland Park Thrift Store Opens in January
Orland Park St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store at 7010 West 159th Street is now open!
"Anyone looking for good bargains and a way to give back to their community should look no further than the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store," SVdP Chief Executive Officer James D. Lonergan said. "Our Orland Park location will have a powerful impact not only on the people that we work with directly, but also on the larger community as a whole; offering a low-cost, high quality shopping experience as well as employment and volunteer opportunities."
St. Vincent de Paul is a non-profit organization. All of the proceeds from thrift store sales go directly back into the community to fund the St. Vincent de Paul food pantries and emergency voucher programs.
"Our thrift stores are self-sustaining enterprises and help us provide the basics for human dignity such as food, shelter, and clothing to thousands of people annually. We plan to build six more thrift stores over the next five years so we can better serve the growing number of people who come to us for help," Lonergan said.
Gently used clothing, shoes, housewares, home décor, books, furniture and much more can be found at low prices in a clean and modern store. Store features include wide shopping aisles, pleasant lighting, and large department signage to help our customers find what they need.
Store hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., and Saturday.
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Item donations can be brought to the drop-off area in the rear of the building. Please do not leave items unattended.